A high quality music education should allow children to:
. perform, listen to, review and evaluate music from a range of artists, genres and eras
. learn to sing and use their voices
. compose using technology, and learn a musical instrument
. understand and explore how music is created, produced and communicated.
Monday 2nd March brought our long-awaited SingTogether concert at King George's Hall in Blackburn.
The children had an amazing time and were commended for their behaviour and attitudes to singing.
A fantastic evening!
This morning, Key Stage Two invited parents and carers to watch our music concert.
Gold Class played several festive tunes on their clarinets which were then followed by a variety of songs from all Key Stage Two classes.
Their rendition of White Christmas brought tears to many eyes.
Well done, your singing was amazing!